Farewell .NET AMD’s new Crimson software ditches the old .NET interface and boasts a refined UI with promises of more to come
With Intel and Nvidia releasing brand new, super-exciting products, AMD know they've got some serious work to do.
The rumour mill is grinding away at the moment, and we're hearing suggestions that AMD are working on a replacement for its old Tahiti chip.
There's a big showdown happening in the world of affordable graphics cards this week., an important battleground.
Yup, the AMD Radeon R9 290X is the first actually new graphics card they have released in an absolute age.
AMD are in a strong position right now, thanks to the presence of their GPUs in both of the 'next-gen' consoles.
AMD recently held a bullish press briefing to bang the Radeon drum, claiming “performance leadership at every pricepoint.”